“Hi, Be a Better Person!” | Good Morning with Jeannie and Andy (Ep 4) | SMILE

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On this episode of “Good Morning with Jeannie and Andy,” Jeannie gets in the holiday spirit by shouting out some thoughtful kids and telling Andy all about renting a Christmas tree. Andy reminds her that he is Jewish, but returns the favor with a throwback to how Jeannie started working at The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Brought to you by TisBest Charity Gift Cards. Check out TisBest.org for the perfect gift for any occasion.

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